Pierre-Paul Allard
SVP, Worldwide Sales and
President Global Field Operations
Amplifying Customer
Value through
Business T...
Transformation
Journey
3
Four Common Threads
SERVICES
NETWORKING
& FABRIC
SWITCHING
APPLICATION
ENABLEMENT
MOBILITY
Services
 Avaya Private Cloud Services
 Reduce cost / complexity
 Improve infrastructure scalability
 Free up critical...
Mobility
 Voice/Video/Data Collaboration
 Pervasive
 BYOD
 Single client multi-platform
 Increased utilization of vid...
Application Enablement
 Collaboration Environment
 Application Enablement
 Infrastructure / Applications
APPLICATON
ENA...
Networking Fabric and Switching
 Virtualize
 Software Defined Architecture
 Protect Infrastructure
Applications
Securit...
Services
Mobility
Application Enablement
Application Enablement –
Collaboration Environment
Personal Assistant and Seamless Transfer Snap-ins
Networking and
Fabric Switching
The Old Network Model Doesn’t
Work Anymore
802.1
Multi-
Protocols
Complexity
PIM
Complex Nodal provisioning
Inefficient Le...
BYOD Olympics
IP-Video Olympics
Fabric Olympics
First Free Wi-Fi
First
THE
15
Technology Innovation and Evolution
 20 msec to recovery
 2 clicks to the secure zone
 0.3 sec for Web postings of resu...
Summary
 Change is good – embrace it!
 Collaboration is not your grandmother’s old
oven any more!
THANK YOU
18
Imagine what we can do!
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Avaya's transformation story took center stage during the opening keynote address at IAUG Converge 2014, delivered by Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Global Field Operations, Pierre-Paul Allard.

Avaya is focused on four key tenets: Services, Mobility, Applications, and Networking.

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#Converge2014: Opening Keynote Address with Pierre-Paul Allard on Avaya's Transformation Journey

  1. 1. Pierre-Paul Allard SVP, Worldwide Sales and President Global Field Operations Amplifying Customer Value through Business Transformation
  2. 2. Transformation Journey
  3. 3. 3
  4. 4. Four Common Threads SERVICES NETWORKING & FABRIC SWITCHING APPLICATION ENABLEMENT MOBILITY
  5. 5. Services  Avaya Private Cloud Services  Reduce cost / complexity  Improve infrastructure scalability  Free up critical development resources SERVICES
  6. 6. Mobility  Voice/Video/Data Collaboration  Pervasive  BYOD  Single client multi-platform  Increased utilization of video platforms  Unified clients MOBILITY
  7. 7. Application Enablement  Collaboration Environment  Application Enablement  Infrastructure / Applications APPLICATON ENABLEMENT
  8. 8. Networking Fabric and Switching  Virtualize  Software Defined Architecture  Protect Infrastructure Applications Security Speed Cost NETWORING FABRIC & SWITCHING
  9. 9. Services
  10. 10. Mobility
  11. 11. Application Enablement
  12. 12. Application Enablement – Collaboration Environment Personal Assistant and Seamless Transfer Snap-ins
  13. 13. Networking and Fabric Switching
  14. 14. The Old Network Model Doesn’t Work Anymore 802.1 Multi- Protocols Complexity PIM Complex Nodal provisioning Inefficient Legacy Model Hierarchical model Simple end-to-end services Next Generation Model Virtual Fabric 802.1 OAM Avaya Fabric Connect ONE Protocol
  15. 15. BYOD Olympics IP-Video Olympics Fabric Olympics First Free Wi-Fi First THE 15
  16. 16. Technology Innovation and Evolution  20 msec to recovery  2 clicks to the secure zone  0.3 sec for Web postings of results  Secure and mobile policy-based guest access  Reliable IPTV and enhanced QoE  0 to 40,000+ BYOD users in one day
  17. 17. Summary  Change is good – embrace it!  Collaboration is not your grandmother’s old oven any more! THANK YOU
  18. 18. 18 Imagine what we can do!

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